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Wendy Kelly

Wendy Kelly‘s approach to abstraction is influenced by Minimalism, a reductivist aesthetic and an “almost monochrome” sensibility. Materiality and process play an important role in her work.  Incorporating  subtle texture into the two-dimensional surface of her work, Kelly’s personal visual language has developed to a point where it challenges the politics of a purely Modernist approach to abstraction.  Her work is intruiging and calm, more about how the world feels than how it looks.
Image: Wendy Kelly, Indigo Composite, 2009, mixed technique on canvas, 168 x 121.5 cm. Photography Gary Hansford.

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